• Static IP in scope

    does it matter if a static LAN ip is included in a routers DHCP scope? lets say routers scope is 50-100 and my static LAN ip is in that range?

    Unclebunkiefromhell5 pointsBadges:
  • Location of Management LAN port

    Which is better, a serial port on the front or back of a server/switch device for initial configuration and when the device is not working.

    Aprakash10 pointsBadges:
  • FTP for non LAN clients

    I am tring to learn about FTP. I would like to setup a computer with and FTP using IIS, so someone can download or upload file. How do I do this for non LAN clients?

    Mk198315 pointsBadges:
  • How much technical knowledge is needed to manage my LAN/WAN team?

    I am currently a Service Desk manager. I may be taking on a new role (which I asked for) as IT Manager that is not only in charge of the Service Desk but also the LAN/WAN. As a manager, how much technical knowledge is needed to manage the LAN/WAN portion of the team? Can I get by for a while...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • VPN/LAN connectivity

    Hello,We have a LAN of 100 machines with Win 2003 server. DHCP is enabled for this network.There is a separate machine connected to a VPN.IP address range for LAN and VPN machine is quiet different. We need to connect the VPN machine on LAN. How can that be done? What should be the set up for IP...

    Rps5 pointsBadges:
  • Ping of Death

    Hi, I have a remote office connected over a T1 line to the main office with Cisco routers. The problem is that I get tons of logs in our main firewall that connects to the outside world saying "Ping of Death Blocked" The source of the attack is always an IP address(not always the same) from the...

    Alan Dala30 pointsBadges:
  • Network issues

    Hi all, i am running a wireless lan in my rental property. I have a monthly limit of 25 gig and 3 tenants in total. im wondering if there is software available to cap each IP or user to 5-7 gig per month? obviously the cheaper the better but i dont mind paying a bit more for a user friendly program.

    JoshHilder5 pointsBadges:
  • In my Exchange Server 2007 environment I forward all outbound email to an SMTP gateway. I want to route mail for a couple of specific domains. . .

    In my 2007 Exchange environment I forward all outbound email to an SMTP gateway. I want to route mail for a couple of specific domains from the exchange server via a Lan-to-Lan VPN to their private IP address but the exchange server always resolves to their public IP. How can I get the server to...

    ITKE346,195 pointsBadges:
  • Limited or no connectivity error message

    hi,i have a user who used wireless and lan cable in office . when she unpluged the lan cable , it will auto detect the wireless. But when she plug in the lan cable again the above error message appear for the lan connection. User has to disconnect the wireless manually everytime and click on repair...

    Sirong210 pointsBadges:
  • Problem with file share over LAN, getting No Route To Host

    Hi I have a small LAN set up at home, using a ZyXEL P660HW to connect my XP (SP2) home PC and my partners Asus EEE PC (running the standard Linux Xandros OS, petty much untouched) to each other and the Internet. I've shared a folder and the printer on my PC, and a folder on the Asus. Both allow...

    LauraNash5 pointsBadges:
  • Accessing email server behind firewall

    I have an email Microsoft exchange mail server running on our LAN, it takes emails form various ISPs and sends then to outlook users on the LAN via juniper firewall, i have a mac pc and i want to configure mac Mail with exchange server, i was able to get mails but fail to send emails. please help...

    26055 pointsBadges:
  • Accessing email server behind firewall

    I have an email mail server running on our LAN, it takes emails form various ISPs and sends then to users on the LAN. I want to be able to access this email server via IMAP from the internet so I can see my emails when out of the office. I can set a rule which allows web traffic to a web server but...

    Bridgemics15 pointsBadges:
  • Security of important files connected in LAN

    I have central server in which all our projects files are kept. All PCs are connected through LAN. Everyone access/modify/create files from the server PC. Offlate i have noticed files are moved /deleted. I need to know how to develop security to my files wherein people can just modify/create...

    Pia2895 pointsBadges:
  • Network connectivity problems on small LAN

    Hello, I have a small office with 10 computers. They are all on same network (LAN). The problem I am facing is difficulty communicating with each computer. One is the main, other PCs have difficulty connecting to it. They are all on the same workgroup. One might be able to see others but the others...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • backup errors

    LAN Consists of NT4 Servers, W2k Workstations, receive backup error "access denied" to user directory folders, specifically the profdata folder. i have already reset permissions on the user directory folders domain wide. the error may go away but different users folders will show up. it is causing...

    Cosmcse0 pointsBadges:
  • Video (and audio) computer to computer on LAN – upstairs to downstairs

    Do Video (and audio) conferencing, computer to computer on LAN - upstairs to downstairs, without going out to the Internet. How?

    Rdfreedman5 pointsBadges:
  • Network design How can we manage our tcp/ip address range in local area network

    How we manage our tcp/ip address renge in local area network

    NetRock5 pointsBadges:
  • IPv6 subnet size?

    In IPv4 we normally design our subnets (with direct relationship to Vlan for ease of use as well) to 255 hosts using a /24 subnet mask. i.e. 10.10.10.0/24 is Vlan 10 with 10.10.10.1 being the default gateway. In IPv6 what is the thought process of creating “subnet” on a LAN and VLans? I know...

    Bakergarry5 pointsBadges:
  • LAN AND CONDITIONAL FORWARDING

    I have a question in regards to LAN and subsequent access to the internet. If you wanted to protect your LAN from the internet would this scenario work as a sound measure. On the LAN delete root hints in DNS, provide a conditional forwarder to the router or ISP. I am a student and I am attempting...

    Golfer2110 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2003 Not Connecting Internet

    I RUN WINDOWS SERVER 2003 ENTERPRISE EDITION SET UP WITH A 3COM ETHERLINKXL LAN CARD AND INTEL PRO/1000 XT WAN CARD.OUR ISP HN7000S MODEM THAT PROVIDES THE SIGNAL CONNECTS TO A SWITCH WITH A CROSSOVER CABLE.THE CLIENTS ON THE LAN ALSO CONNECT TO THE SWITCH.THE SERVER CONNECTS TO THE SWITCH TOO.BUT...

    Ajala5 pointsBadges:

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